U.S. federal judge and conservative icon Laurence Silberman ’57 has no shortage of opinions—including those about his alma mater.
By Matthew Mosk ’9217 min
Is This Any Way To March?
Yes, if you’re part of the Dartmouth band, which for decades has been stepping to the beat of an unabashedly irreverent tradition.
By Kristen Laine11 min
On the Money
Economics professor David Blanchflower, better known as the “guru of happiness,” moves markets as a member of England’s powerful Monetary Policy Committee.
By BRYANT URSTADT ’9112 min
Seeing and Believing
In a world where digital images aren’t always as they seem, computer science professor Hany Farid is in great demand.
By Carolyn Kylstra ’085 min
Sooner or later every student makes a splash—by having to comply with the swimming requirement, a tradition many would like to see sink.
By Carolyn Kylstra ’083 min
Older alums may recall taking their swim test—a phys ed requirement for graduation—in the old Spaulding Pool, which was built in 1932. Its windows are now gone, but the test, somewhat inexplicably, remains.
A Vicious Cycle
A Dartmouth student comes to terms with life-threatening urges.
By Latria Graham ’0810 min
Luck of the Draw
Friends and fellow players remember card master Chip Reese ’73, a poker legend right out of an Elmore Leonard novel.
By Bryant Urstadt ’919 min
ON THE JOB
Every fall, business law professor Darryll Lewis ’75 leaves his classroom to teach NFL players a few lessons—on the field.